I Don't Believe in Imaginary Property writes: "With SCO in chapter 11 bankruptcy and there being little to read other than status reports and the boring financial details of how SCO is wasting its last few dollars, one could be excused for thinking the SCO lawsuits had lost their zip. But no more. Jonathan Lee Riches has asked the court to take over. Yes, the man also known as inmate #40948-018 is now bringing his legal experience to the table, having previously filed pro se lawsuits against such entities as Michael Vick, Michael Jordan, Mickey Mantle, the Lincoln Memorial, the Thirteen Tribes of Israel, 'Various Buddhist Monks,' Mein Kampf, Denny's, George W. Bush, the Soviet Gulag Archipelago, Bellevue Hospital, Tehran Iran's Evin Prison, Auschwitz, and Plato. In his hand-written pro se motion (PDF), he asks to intervene as Plaintiff pursuant to FRCP 24(a)(2). As best anyone can read the motion, it appears that he offered Novell some 'royalty payments' and they refused them, so he wants to protect his UnixWare rights. He also claims to have proof of SCO's claims, but he wants take over part of the case via FRCP 24 because SCO isn't competent, and allegedly he could do a better job. To be fair, between him and Darl, it's something of a toss-up."
areusche writes: Senator John McCain, the Republican presidential candidate, has admitted that he has never used email and has just started recently visiting websites with the help of his campaign staff.
McCain said, "Brooke and Mark show me Drudge, obviously, everybody watches, for better or for worse, Drudge," he said, referring to his aides Brooke Buchanan and Mark Salter, who direct him to the Drudge Report website.
McCain admits to using a Blackberry, but doesn't email because, "(he's) never felt the particular need to e-mail. "
After a couple of weeks of working with a computer he now knows how to get to important information, like reading his daughter's blog.